I’m Eileen McGurty, local purveyor of Mountain Meadow Bone Broth.  I started drinking broth with added veggies and hard-boiled egg in the mornings, and found it curbed my desire for a heavy carb breakfast. Starting my day with a bowl full of nutrition energized me and helped keep me focused, avoiding the carb-induced fog later on.

I started looking for a local bone broth to help save me the time of slow-simmering my own.  To my amazement, no one in Missoula was selling a local Montana product. It seemed like a no-brainer to me:   We have everything we need to make nutritious bone broth right here in western Montana. No need to ship bones around the country and then waste more energy shipping broth to customers.

Our slow-simmered bone broth is made from 100% grass-fed and finished bones supplied by local ranchers.  There are no added flavorings, preservatives, antibiotics, growth stimulants or hormones. Mountain Meadow Bone Broth is 100% natural.


bone broth Benefits

Our Beef or Chicken Bone Broth is chock full of health benefits. Fast-track your path to wellness by adding tasty broth to your routine as hot drink or a base for a meal. You can’t miss with this superfood!

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Improve Digestion

The collagen and amino acids in bone broth repair damaged gut lining and ease digestion problems that come from eating inflammatory food.

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Boost Immunity

70% of your immune system lives in your gut. Heal your gut lining and you’ll boost your body’s natural ability to fight infection.

Ease Joint Pain

The glucosamine and collagen in bone broth are the building blocks of cartilage and can aid in the repair of connective tissue, easing pain and discomfort.

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Increase Energy and Focus

Glycine, an amino acid in bone broth, supports the production of serotonin and melatonin, helping you to sleep well and wake up ready to go.

Eileen’s Energy Breakfast Broth


  • 1 cup diced veggies.  Use your favorites or whatever you have on hand.  I usually chop up carrot, onion, celery, mushroom and kale

  • 2 to 3 cloves of minced garlic

  • 1 tablespoon grass-fed butter or ghee

  • 2 hard-boiled eggs

  • 1 cup Mountain Meadow Bone Broth

  • salt and pepper


  1. Melt the butter in a saucepan.  Add the onions and cook until translucent.  Add other veggies and cook until softened. Season with salt and pepper.

  2. While the veggies are cooking, heat the broth in a medium sized pot.  Bring to a boil and then turn to simmer.

  3. Slice the hard-boiled eggs.

  4. Add the cooked veggies, the minced garlic and the egg slices to the broth pot.  Adjust the salt and pepper to taste.

  5. Enjoy!

This can be a quick breakfast if you prepare the veggies and eggs ahead of time. On the weekend, cut up and saute enough veggies for the week and hard-boil a dozen eggs.  Then, on weekday mornings, as you are trying to get out the door, all you have to do is heat the broth and put it all together.